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Poster: Jericho3000 Date: Sep 10, 2005 1:51pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: Looking for good non-GD music on here you go!

Excellent post... and some good recommendations there!

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Poster: JamminJerome Date: Sep 11, 2005 2:52am
Forum: etree Subject: Other Sweet Stuff Worth Listening to....

Here's some more suggestions that I haven't seen recommended for a while:
Animal Liberation Orchestra:
-for chill jams, good songs

Benevento/Russo Duo:
-Nasty keys/drums duo - play a few sets with Mike Gordon!

Derek Trucks Band:
-Trucks just might be the nastiest slide guitar player EVER...also is in the current Allman Brothers lineup

Eddie from Ohio:
-Fun folk-rock band that has tight harmonies and great shows

-"Electronic" band...for fans of MMW

John Butler Trio:
-Sweet acoustic trio - plus one of the NASTIEST live acts out there

-classic jams, great grooves

New Monsoon:
-For fans of String Cheese - this band is really growing into a "jam band" staple - lots of world grooves, but they can rock too

And of course, there are plenty of others that have been hyped up lately such as Soulive, Garaj MAhal, Del McCoury Band, Charlie Hunter, Matisyahu, and your classics such as moe, String Cheese incident, Spearhead, Keller Williams, Umphrey's McGee, Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, Yonder Mountain String Band

I'm missing so much good stuff, but here's just a few...i wish there were more threads about non-Dead stuff...i mean i LOVE the Grateful Dead, but there's so much other stuff that's just as good (if not better)

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Poster: Tyler Date: Sep 11, 2005 4:13am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: Other Sweet Stuff Worth Listening to....

thanks for the return post! .. I'll check these guys out. And yes, John Butler Trio (JBT) put on a SICK SICK SICK! live show. amazing. see them if you can live! in fact all morning i've been grooving to a live dvd I have of them from the sydney opera house. good stuff! also, thanks for the description of the bands. i have seen the names of some of those bands in the past but never heard what they are about. thanks!